Taking over the well-preserved 90-year-old wooden family that once belonged to Coffee Craftsman, this early-opening cafe is all about taking it easy. Start the day right field with a hearty big breakfast ( homemade toast with ham and cheese served with sausages and veggies ) and impertinently brewed single-origin coffee, or fountainhead hera for lunch and order a pizza, hamburger, pasta or Thai flavors like yum woon sen. Save room for the excellent carrot patty. Yarden, 30 Yen Akart Rd., 02-249-0182. Open daily 7:30am-6pm

Brioche From Heaven raw

From BTS Chong Nonsi, the smack of fresh-baked brioche oozes from this bakery by chef Kai of “ Iron Chef Thailand ” —look to the leave as you descend the stairs and you ’ ll even see chefs in toques mixing the dough on the second floor. head there early to grab a slice of eden, from peanut butter brioche for an instantaneous childhood flashback to the more grown-up apple brioche paired with a full erstwhile vanilla shake or the Affogato from Heaven. 156 Narathiwat Ratchanakarin Rd., 064-847-0049. Open daily 10am-8pm

Crackhouse new

Located in the Commons Saladaeng, Crackhouse stands out with its colossus yellow booth lined with vacate egg crates and neon ignite. The menu revolves around the humble egg with playfulness, easy-going breakfast favorites. The Breakfast Burrito is loaded with scramble eggs, smoked bacon, creamy avocado, shrill cheddar and crisp potato tots and served with a cilantro-lime crema. Don ’ thymine miss the CrackGriddle, a breakfast sandwich featuring an omelet, Sloane ’ second blimp and oozing cheddar cheese, all pressed between two Chu pancakes and covered in maple butter. Pair it all with a piping hot coffee from Roots, or go for the refreshing cold-pressed orange juice. The Commons Saladaeng, 126 Sala Daeng Soi 1/1, 094-490-4188. Open daily 8am-8pm bread is where Holey truly shines, thanks to owner Alam Porag ’ s fanatic set about to bake, resulting in some fantastic sourdough, flaky, golden-brown croissants, and an array of delectable puff-pastry treats. We love the avocado sandwich and proper slices of creamy cheesecake. 39/17 Soi Suanphlu, 02-286-1549. Open daily 7am-7pm From one of the owners of BKK Bagel Bakery, Kenn ’ s takes on the judge and tested formula of chasteness. Tucked down a Sathorn backstreet, the petite cafe has your mornings covered with its straightforward menu of flaky croissants ( plain, cocoa, almond and bacon cheese ), along with espresso, cappuccino and ice Thai chocolate. french bistro chairs and black furnishings get a splash of color from the brilliantly crimson doorway and giant metallic mixer on expose, while large windows ussher in greenery from the backyard. Food-wise, delicacies, from the cheese to chocolate, are imported from France. 163/2 Sathorn Soi 7, 066-149-5451. Open Mon-Fri 7:30am-3pm; Sat-Sun 8:30am-4pm

Kokopan new

There ’ south something satisfying about casual minimalism, and Kokopan delivers merely that. The cafe offers a appeasement cream and woodwind evasion from the chaos outside. The name translates to “ bread is here ” in japanese, and the menu is appropriately carb-laden. Try the kinako ( ridicule soy flour ) crispen with kuromitsu ( total darkness honey ) syrup and vanilla ice cream, paired with yuzu citrus coffee bean, or get the Kokopan Set—homemade mini-croissants toasted at your table. 60/22-23 Silom Soi 2/1, 095-654-4560. Open daily 8am-5pm

Lots Sathon new

Within a few minutes ’ walks of BTS Chong Nonsi, this caffeine-refueling post is a hit among local position workers. From within a streamlined white container fitted with woodframed windows, leafy plants and a little side deck, you can get everything from straight-up espresso to toffee en lattes, Thai iced milk tea and honey lemon sodium carbonate. To eat, try the chicken guacamole with doorbell peppers, cheddar and tortilla chips or the salami, cheddar and salad on sourdough. 43/1 Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Soi 7, 083-826-4456. Open Mon 8am-10pm; Tue-Fri 7am-5pm; Sat-Sun 8am-5pm With disquieted tufted leather couches, vintage-looking upholster seats and batch of natural light, this Pan Road front-runner will make you feel like you ’ re dine in an edgy Provence villa. The menu, however, highlights down-to-earth brunch food : think breakfast burrito, acai bowling ball and the “ Green Goddess ” grilled cheese sandwich with pesto, baby spinach, mozzarella and avocado. The drinks cover proper coffee and upstanding number of teas. 64/1 Pan Rd., 02-637-8558. Open daily 9am-6pm

Neighborwood BKK raw

Find your room before or after a run at Lumphini Park to this minimal loft-like cafe for a caffeine hit from a curated survival of rotating single-origin beans ( Colombia, Brazil, Guatemala, Ethiopia and Nicaragua ). Order one of their specialties, like the Honeycomb caffe latte ( a blast of espresso blend with honey and milk ) or cold brew orange bracing, and treat yourself to a generous breakfast platter ( scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages, goner and salad ).

187/7 Sarasin Rd., 083-883-3864. Open daily 8am-5pm BK ‘s Cafe Society 2020 steer gathers Bangkok ‘s coolest haunt spots for brunch, coffee, sweets and all-day bites. Download your PDF copy here.